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Old August 21st, 2012, 11:40 AM
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Best US source for D90 rear crossmember?

Looking for a rear cross member for a NAS 90. RN has the galvy NAS and non-NAS in painted steel. Any other good options for the NAS part?

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Old August 21st, 2012, 12:48 PM
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Large batch of rear cross members are on the ground. These are genuine and not galvanized or painted.

$275.00 for either one. The 90 ones are the closest to NAS as you can get.

Call the shop if interested. We have 10 of each.
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Old August 21st, 2012, 01:13 PM
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Large batch of rear cross members are on the ground. These are genuine and not galvanized or painted.
Can you elaborate? Are these NAS or not? Shipped from FL or VA?
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I would caution you that unless you are sure the rot does not extend into the rails and are ok pulling the tub, you are much better off with one with extensions.
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I would caution you that unless you are sure the rot does not extend into the rails and are ok pulling the tub, you are much better off with one with extensions.
As mentioned check the bottom of the frame rail as they rust from in the inside out.

Looks like Clay pulled the Link from Safari Heritage Parts site.
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Old August 24th, 2012, 07:31 AM
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These are for sale by a Vendor on this board in Fla. Call that number and they'll be able to help.

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I would caution you that unless you are sure the rot does not extend into the rails and are ok pulling the tub, you are much better off with one with extensions.

So the tub has to go in order to replace the crossmember? I'm guessing to get access to where the crossmember meets the rails? Hmmmmm....
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So the tub has to go in order to replace the crossmember? I'm guessing to get access to where the crossmember meets the rails? Hmmmmm....
Tub has to come off do you can weld all around the chassis rails
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